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The Allegheny Trailrunners' Camp Anderson Endurance Shindig is coming to Camp Anderson near Bald Eagle, PA between State College and Altoona, PA and minutes from I-99 — in the heart of The Alleghenies on July 10th, 2021.
Camp Anderson Endurance Shindig is a weekend-long celebration of trail running and the trail running community and camaraderie. (And after 2020, isn’t that what we need?)
Registration fee is all-inclusive! Camping, Food, Beer, Swag, and more is included.
Camp Anderson opens at 6pm on Friday! Camp Anderson has seven regular campsites with each having a capacity ranging from 14 to 48 while a pavilion available at the pond with a capacity of 64. Explore the 92 acres, fish at the pond or along the stocked trout stream, or build a fire and talk about your future running plans.
The main event is Saturday with three endurance runs of 3, 6 and 12 hours beginning at 6am for the 6 and 12 hour events and 9am for the 3 hour event on our 2 mile course — or run it as a relay. Run during the allotted time or as little as you want… it is up to you! It is also a great opportunity to train for an upcoming ultramarathon like Eastern States 100, Pine Creek Challenge, Black Forest Ultra and more!
“It’s a favorite event! 6 hour on my feet, another 6 hours socializing and cheering others on!” – Mary D.
We will have a full-stocked aid station – or – you can put up your own aid station anywhere on the course. There is a fully equipped, modern kitchen on-site so meals are professionally prepared and included with registration. In addition, the kitchen will be making specialty items that you would not normally find at an aid station and will serve throughout the day.
Standing Stone Coffee Company is returning this year to provide coffee and beer from Levity Brewing Company! Again, the food and beverages are included with the registration as well as a handful of swag! In 2019, we included a technical tee, an insulated lunch cooler, glassware, cooling towels and a sticker pending on the mileage you achieved during the day.
Then Saturday evening, you are welcome to spend another night camping and celebrating with new and old friends that you participated alongside throughout the day. Lastly, a shower-house is available on-site.
NO SAME DAY REGISTRATION
NO DEFERRALS OR BIB TRANSFERS.
Also, last year at the virtual event, two runners attempted a 24-hour challenge. If anyone is interested in doing a 18, 24 or 36-hour challenge, please PM me or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
(Pricing for the weekend: for food, beer, camping, shower use, etc. is all inclusive.)
$65 for 3-hours
$80 for 6-hours
$95 for 12-hours
3 Hours — 2-3 Person Relay – $135
6 Hours — 2-3 Person Relay – $175
6 Hours — 4-6 Person Relay – $255
12 Hours — 2-3 Person Relay – $225
12 Hours — 4-6 Person – $300
Relay Rules: For example, if you are doing the 4 to 6 person relay, you can have as little as 4 people and as many as 6. Runners can run as much or as little as they want but all runners on a team must run at least one lap on the course.
Runners will be given another Summer Run Bag of Swag! We are still working out the details for this year but last year it included: Soft airlume comb and ring-spun Trail Fest T-shirt.
Aid Station Food: There will be one aid station on the course serving water and electrolyte drink and common aid station foods. The aid station will also feature a special breakfast, lunch and dinner item. Stay tuned as we nail down the menu and times. All runners are welcome to set up their own mini-aid stations along the course with whatever food and beverages you want!
Meals: Meals are served in the Camp Anderson Dining Hall. All meals are included in the price of the registration. Meals for non-participants are to be paid to the hosts, Camp Anderson. The proceeds for meals will go directly to the Camp Anderson fund. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner meals will be served on Saturday, each one requiring a separate ticket. A la carte meals will be served for Friday night dinner, Saturday late night snack time and Sunday morning breakfast.
Beer: We will be providing free beer/beverages for finishing runners. Please bring ID as we will be wrist-banding all those 21 or older. You are also welcome to BYOB.
Camping: Camping will be first-come first serve. Camping costs is included with race entries. Campers will have full access to the shower house. This is TENT ONLY camping, no R.V. or pull behind trailers. NO PETS. All proceeds from camping will go to Camp Anderson.
Parking: Parking maybe VERY LIMITED and will be first-come first serve. There are approximately 45 spots for vehicles with tents in the field. However, wet weather might reduce the number of spaces available. There will be additional parking at Smith Transport Warehouse, 13985 S Eagle Valley Rd, Tyrone, PA 16686. Smith Transport is 2.4 miles away. A shuttle will transport runners at various times all weekend. (Schedule to be posted). Parking and shuttle service is free but tips (shuttle provided by Camp Anderson) is greatly appreciated.
Remaining proceeds from this event will go towards the Camp Anderson Capital Campaign. Situated in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains, Camp Anderson has served the region from 1926-2018. In February, 2016, the Laurel Highlands Council, BSA, decided to divest this property in accordance with their strategic planning. The camp was purchased and is now run by the Camp Anderson Corporation, a private nonprofit. Camp Anderson is a beautiful resource and ask for your help to keep it open to the public! Required repairs, upkeep, and improvements are on-going to keep Camp Anderson a premier experience. Please join their All Volunteer effort to complete a successful Capital Campaign to keep this beautiful property available for use by this and future generations in Central Pennsylvania: http://campanderson.net/membership
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